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Rep. Of Congo To Boost Crude Exports In January

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The Democratic Republic of Congo aims to raise exports of its Djeno and N’Kossa crudes in January to the highest level for any month since August 2020, according to loading schedules seen by Bloomberg.

  • The country targets to increase exports to 299k b/d in January, compared with this year’s Jan-Dec average of 236.91k b/d.
  • Djeno exports are to increase to 237k b/d in Jan, from 178k b/d in Dec.
  • N’Kossa exports are to increase to 61k b/d in Jan, from 31k b/d in Dec.
  • Loadings so far this year peaked in September and April at 278k b/d.
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The Democratic Republic of Congo aims to raise exports of its Djeno and N’Kossa crudes in January to the highest level for any month since August 2020, according to loading schedules seen by Bloomberg.

  • The country targets to increase exports to 299k b/d in January, compared with this year’s Jan-Dec average of 236.91k b/d.
  • Djeno exports are to increase to 237k b/d in Jan, from 178k b/d in Dec.
  • N’Kossa exports are to increase to 61k b/d in Jan, from 31k b/d in Dec.
  • Loadings so far this year peaked in September and April at 278k b/d.